12.06.13Guest Panelist at Manhattan School of Music' Center for Music Entrepreneurship

Applying for College Teaching Jobs: Are You Ready for Prime Time?
Panelists will focus on how to prepare for job interviews, how to handle the “teaching philosophy statement" requested in college teaching job applications, and how to prepare for the classroom teaching demonstration that’s often part of the interview process.

11.10.13Mazzocchi to perform Frank Gulino's "Capriccio" with Westchester Symphonic Winds

03.24.13Mazzocchi to perform Frank Gulno's "Cappriccio" for Trombone and Wind Ensemble

11.24.12MSU Faculty Brass Quintet in Recital in VT

Don Batchelder, Chuck Bumcrot, trumpets
Jeff Scott, french horn
Kyle Turner, tuba

01.22.11Kinhaven Auditions Begin this Month

The East Coast tour of auditions for Kinhaven Music School begins! Check the website for info and apply soon!

12.12.10Milhaud's "Creation of the World" at MSU

12.07.09Stravinsky "A Soldier's Tale" at MSU

11.01.09Mazzocchi to perform Fandango with MSU Wind Ensemble

10.12.09Masterclass at North Carolina School of the Arts

Masterclass/Concert at NCSA. Hosted by james Miller.

09.16.09Masterclass at Carnegie Hall

Juilliard Academy Masterclass at Carnegie Hall

04.06.09Mazzocchi become an Edwards Trombone Artist

After going back to an Edwards for a few months, I fell in love all over again! It is my pleasure to endorse Edwards trombones.

03.03.09MSU Faculty Brass Quintet Recital

Prospect Presbyterian Church in Maplewood, NJ. Works by Praetorius, Bach, Ewazen, Ewald, and Kamen.

02.20.09Mazzocchi to present trombone clinic at NJMEA

I'll be presenting a clinic entitled "Recruiting, Retaining and Growing Your Low Brass Section.

08.21.08Mazzocchi accepts Band Director/Artistic Advisor position at Third Street

I will be conducting a few honor ensembles at the Third Street Music School in NYC. Check the website for more info

08.21.08Mazzocchi accepts Trombone Instructor position at Mannes

08.08.08Mazzocchi accepts Trombone Professor position at Kean University

02.24.08Mazzocchi Solo Recital At Montclair State University

McEachern Music Building Recital Hall at MSU. Sunday at 2pm. Works by Bozza, Hindemith, Ewazen, and more. Guest Artists include Hanako Yamagata, Steven Ryan, Don Batchelder, Jon Greenberg an the MSU Trombone Choir.

02.23.08Mazzocchi Clinic at NJMEA

Teaching k-12 Trombone clinic at New Jersey Music Eduactors Association Annual Conference.

02.23.08MSU Trombones to Perform at NJMEA

Lobby Concert at 12:30 at the Hilton Towers in east Brunswick

02.19.08MSU Faculty Brass Quintet Performaces

Whippany Park and Livingston High Schools in NJ.

02.07.08Mazzocchi Lecture at Manhattan School of Music

Lecture at the Business of Music class at MSM at 3pm.

11.03.07Mazzocchi to perform two Concerti with MSU Wind Ensemble

On November 3rd at 8pm in Kasser Theater on the campus of Montclair State University, Prof. Mazzocchi will perform both Eric Ewazen's Concerto for Trombone and Michael Daugherty's "Rosa Parks Boulevard" for Trombone Trio and Wind Band. Michael Boschen and Chris Olness will join as guest artists.

10.09.07Tony Mazzocchi Biography Releases this week.

A biography on my late father will be released this week. The review is below:

A CIA-connected labor union, an assassination attempt, a mysterious car crash, listening devices, and stolen documents—everything you’d expect from the latest thriller. Yet, this was the reality of Tony Mazzocchi, the Rachel Carson of the U.S. workplace; a dynamic labor leader whose legacy lives on in today’s workplaces and ongoing alliances between labor activists and environmentalists, and those who believe in the promise of America.

In The Man Who Hated Work and Loved Labor: The Life and Times of Tony Mazzocchi, author and labor expert Les Leopold recounts the life of the late Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers Union leader. Mazzocchi's struggle to address the unconscionable toxic exposure of tens of thousands of workers led to the passage of the Occupational Safety and Health Act and included work alongside nuclear whistleblower Karen Silkwood. His noble, high-profile efforts forever changed working conditions in American industry—and made him enemy number one to a powerful few.

As early as the 1950s, when the term “environment" was nowhere on the political radar, Mazzocchi learned about nuclear fallout and began integrating environmental concerns into his critique of capitalism and his union work. An early believer in global warming, he believed that the struggle of capital against nature was the irreconcilable contradiction that would force systemic change.

Mazzocchi’s story of non-stop activism parallels the rise and fall of industrial unionism. From his roots in a pro-FDR, immigrant family in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, through McCarthyism, the Sixties, and the surge of the environmental movement, Mazzocchi took on Corporate America, the labor establishment and a complacent Democratic Party.

This profound biography should be required reading for those who believe in taking risks and making the world a better place. While Mazzocchi’s story is so full of peril and deception that it seems almost a work of fiction, Leopold proves that the most provocative and lasting stories in life are those of real people.

09.29.07Varese Octandre and Integrales at Kasser Theater, MSU

I will be performing these well known works by Varese with several NYC freelancers at 8pm.

08.12.07Kinhaven Summer Music School

I will be in Vermont from 6/18-8/9. Faculty concerts are free every Saturday evening at 8pm.

06.09.07Brass Quintet Performance in Brooklyn

World Premeire of Brass Quintet by Jeff Herles. Don Batchelder, Chuck Bumcrot, trumpets, Jeff Scott, horn, Marcus Rojas, tuba.

06.02.07Mazzocchi to Perform Rimsky-Korsakov Concerto

Concerto for Trombone by NRK in South Orange, NJ with Wind Ensemble. 5pm at South Orange Middle School.

05.25.07Brass Masterclass for NYC Dept of Ed teachers

NYCDOE Brass Practicum in NYC

04.10.07Tristan Project with the Los Angeles Philharmonic

I am playing extra trombone the LA Phil for the "Tristan Project", a multimedia event at Disney Hall and Avery Fisher Hall in NYC from April 10-May 6.

04.09.07UCLA Masterclass at 7pm

Masterclass at UCLA for Bill Booth's trombone studio

04.02.07University of Southern California Master Class

On Monday, April 2, I will be conducting a trombone masterclass at USC for Terry Cravens' trombone studio

12.03.06Mazzocchi Joins Juilliard "Academy" as an instructor.

Also see the November 28th Article at

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/03/arts/music/03tomm.html

11.30.06Trombone Day a Success

30 Trombonists enjoyed our first annual Trombone Day at MSU. Miller and Rojak were fantastic. Check out the article at the International Trombone Association.

07.08.06Mazzocchi to perform Plog Trio in Vermont

Sycil Mathai, Carolyn Wahl, and Tony Mazzocchi to perform the "Trio For Brass" by Anthony Plog at the Kinhaven Music Fesival in Weston VT. Concert is free of charge to the public.

04.21.06Mazzocchi accepts Trombone Professor Position at Montclair State University

Mazzocchi will be taking over duties from James Markey of the New York Philharmonic. The studio consists of 10 trombonists and includes trombone choir and brass ensemble, among other ensembles.